A chilly start but overall a great day for the Section 8 Nordic Ski Championships. Full photoset and results on skinnyski.com
|February 6, 2018|
|7:00 am||to||5:00 pm|
Girls Varsity: Freestyle 10:00am
Boys Varsity: Freestyle 11:00am
Girls Varsity: Classic Pursuit 1:30pm
Boys Varsity: Classic Pursuit 2:30pm
Awards Ceremony: Approximately 4:00 – 4:15
Two different courses will be used for both Freestyle and Classic.
Freestyle will be Skaters Waltz and include Suicide Hill.
Classic Course starts on Sap Run, takes right on Mother North Star, ski most of Mother North Star than left on Rootin Tootin for 50 feet to access JibFly, JibFly back to start opposite normal direction. Back on Mother North Star until Sukkerbusk. Return and finish on Sukkerbusk.
Spectators are welcome and encouraged to attend the races. Spectators are not allowed to ski on the course during the race. Once the race has started, until the completion of the race, spectators are asked to remove their skis while they watch the race. Spectators are not allowed to walk on the groomed ski trails. Thank you.
Lunch will be provided for coaches, bus drivers and media personal and available for sale for spectators
|January 25, 2018|
|1:00 pm||to||5:00 pm|
Classic course will be held on Sukkerbusk and Twin Lakes.
Skate Race will be held on Skaters Waltz (minus Kamikaze Hill segment)
All trails not used in the race will be open for skiing. All trails, including the course, will be open for skiing until 1:30pm. Please be aware of any course marking and not to disturb. Thank you. No lunch available for sale but complimentary coffee and cookies for parents, spectators, bus drivers, media personal etc.
2:00PM – Boys Varsity 7K Classic
2:30PM – Girls Varsity 7K Classic
3:00PM – Boys Junior Varsity 7K Classic – mass start
3:30PM – Girls Junior Varsity 7K Classic – mass start
4:00PM – Boys Junior High 4K Skate – mass start
4:30PM – Girls Junior High 4K skate – mass start
5:00PM – Awards –
- All races will run on time.
A spectacular day for the DL Invite. Sunshine and mild temps made for great conditions for racing and spectating. Snow held out great despite temps in the mid 30’s. Favorable dew points and cold base underneath preserving the snow. Full results and photo set on skinnyski.com